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    #1

    wait in

    wait in [phrasal verb] British
    : to stay at home and wait for someone or something to arrive
    I can't go out. I've got to wait in for a delivery.

    What do American English speakers say instead of "wait in"?

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    Re: wait in

    "Wait".
    I am not a teacher.

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